A story on the Canada Free Press that just highlights the stunning fact that we still have no autopsy.
What can we conclude from this Internet autopsy? The photographic evidence leads us to question the explanation that Stevens’ death was caused by smoke inhalation. There are just too many possible wounds on Stevens’ body for that explanation to be the whole story. Smoke inhalation usually does not leave a wound on the forehead or shoulder that miraculously heals itself in a Benghazi morgue.
Until the official autopsy results are released to the public we are left to wonder how Stevens died at Benghazi. The White House has repeatedly claimed his death was the result of a protest to a video insulting to Islam. We know this explanation is a lie.
A rumor of rape and torture will persist until proven otherwise. Like most of the facts surrounding the Incident at Benghazi, it is hard to see the truth through the darkness and the smoke.
Benghazi Scandal: A Virginia congressman says the witnesses to an act of war on sovereign U.S. territory are being held incommunicado in a Washington, D.C., hospital by their own government. Free the American 30.
The only American witnesses to the Benghazi attack who have been named by the Obama administration are the four whom the terrorists killed in the Sept. 11 attack on our Benghazi mission — Ambassador Chris Stevens, State Department Information Management Officer Sean Smith, and former Navy SEALs Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty, who were working for the CIA.
Perhaps the administration is waiting for the moment Benghazi officially becomes “old news,” when the American people echo the sentiment that it no longer matters at this point. The administration strategy may be based on that old adage: out of sight, out of mind.
Senate votes 53-46 to stop US from joining UN Arms Trade Treaty
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New blog I want to bring to your attention. Find out which varmints in Congress are doing bad things and who supports them.
– Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) amendment 382, to increase funding for interstate bridges and pay for it with funding that would have gone to for foreign assistance and the Department of Energy loan guarantees, failed 26-72.
– Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) amendment 526, to require photo ID to vote in federal elections, 44-54
– Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) amendment 338, to end subsidized mobile phone service, failed 46-53.
– Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) amendment 471, to reduce aid to Egypt to pay for the East Coast Missile Defense Shield, 25-74.
– Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) amendment 702, to raise a point of order to prohibit funds to the United Nations while any member nation forces involuntary abortions, 38-61
Last week I attended a hearing held by the EPA in Newington regarding “storm water runoff.”
What I discovered was if any town in New Hampshire does not produce a written reply with objections to the specifications of this enormous complicated packet of rules and regulations proposed by the EPA by April 15th that town would forfeit their ability to defend itself from any future onerous EPA penalties that could reach $37,500 per day for each violation of the EPA proposed rules.
Complying with the proposed EPA regulations could increase he sewer bill of an average homeowner by a great deal, possibly over $1,000 per year.
…He mentioned that in the state of Virginia a coalition of communities had sued the EPA over these regulations and won in court. The Judge ruled that these EPA rules were arbitrary, unreasonable, and extremely costly. The EPA did not appeal.
This is not only an enormous financial problem for people in Dover and Strafford County but also a States right issue. Are we the obedient subjects of our federal government?